yourself at home
There are services of
worship every Sunday of the year.
The songs and hymns
comprise a balanced diet of
traditional and more contemporary songs - which probably means there
are some that you'll quite like and others that .. well,
others! But, hey, see it as a challenge and learn
After each service there's
the chance to chat, chill or just chew on the cud in the hall below -
with refreshments available.
If you have difficulty
getting upstairs, then there is a service relayed on a large TV in the
just on the left as you come in.
If you want a good seat
come early - it's usually pretty
you're best to come late
comfiest seats with most leg room are down at the front and in good
Scottish style they're generally the last seats to be taken!)
Everyone is catered
for! There's a crèche
available for the under 3's, and the needs of children and young
people, too, are met.
Most Sundays we break
after maybe 20/25 minutes or so of the
service, with the children and young people dispersing to Sunday
downstairs as we all try and get our heads round the
exciting, challenging and sometimes rather scary truths the Bible sets
before us in a way appropriate to our age and stage.
But some Sundays adults
and children stick under the one roof
and share the whole thing together.
Near to the last Sunday
in January, June, and
October, and on Easter Day, the sacrament of
communion is celebrated. Communion may also be celebrated in
of our partner churches in the City Centre Grouping.